Meet Mike McCaffery
The New WHS Athletic Director
With the opening of the 2019 fall sports season, Mike McCaffery begins his tenure as Athletic Director at Windham High School. “I am excited to be here,” exclaimed McCaffery.
“My philosophy is that sports are part of the educational process. Our courts, our diamonds, our fields are an extension of the classroom. The kids learn for six hours a day in the classroom and continue to learn on the football field, the tennis courts, baseball diamonds, the golf course, cross-country trails and so forth.” Photo by Chuck Swierad
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